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2 responses to “Ken Block’s voter claims undermined by Common Cause”

  1. PinkHatLib

    “Block ‘would eliminate about 200 registrations used to cast legitimate votes for every one registration used to cast a double vote.’”

    See base rate fallacy…
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Base_rate_fallacy

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  2. Deforest

    … concludes that the Crosscheck program, advocated by Block “would eliminate about 200 registrations used to cast legitimate votes for every one registration used to cast a double vote.”

    Just remember, that’s a feature not flaw in the Croscheck program. The very inception of Crosscheck was to eliminate valid (Democratic-leaning) voters. This is not some hiden unknown information about Crosscheck, it is well known. Anyone advocating the use of the Crosscheck program to remove names from the voter rolls is intentionally advocating an anti-minorities anti-elderly voter suppression scheme.

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